Coal Minister Prarahadjosi said on Wednesday that cumulative supply to power plants would reach 2 million tonnes on October 12, 2021 as power plants across the country faced dry fuel shortages and power outages were a concern in some states. He said it was exceeded and further strengthened. ..
“I’m happy to share that the cumulative coal supply to thermal power plants from all sources, including @CoalIndiaHQ, recorded more than 2 million tonnes yesterday. To the power plant to ensure sufficient coal reserves at the power plant. We are increasing our coal shipments even further, “Joshi tweeted.
According to official sources, the supply from Coal India Limited (CIL) to the power plant has already reached 1.62 million tonnes per day since October 11, with total emissions increasing to 1.88 million tonnes per day, with a monthly average of 1.88 million tonnes. It was 1.75 million tons.
CIL also plans to increase production when workers return from vacation and attend more attendees after Dusshera, sources added.
At the beginning of October 12, Joshi said the government was doing everything in its power to meet the demands of electricity producers, and continued efforts to increase the supply of dry fuel to 2 million tonnes per day. Was emphasized.